Chelsea are reportedly set to part ways with Super Eagles central defender Kenneth Omeruo in the coming winter transfer window which reopens in coming weeks.
The Super Eagles defender has been a flop at the Stamford Bridge since joining in 2012 which has led him to the various loan spells he has had in his career but that seems to be coming to an end with latest reports that he will be allowed to leave on a permanent deal.
Kenneth Omeruo seems to be getting it right with the Spanish La Liga side Laganes where he is having a season loan following reports of an impressive performance at the club which makes the club consider a permanent deal for him.
Therefore, the West London side are bent on benefitting from the Super Eagles central defender as they are reported to be preparing a clause in his transfer that will ensure they benefit 20% of his transfer fee in a subsequent move.
From all indications, the West London club will not hesitate in letting the Nigerian international leave the club as it is certain that he is not in the plans of the Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri and will not be meant to return back.